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Српски / srpski: Spomenik Žrtvama Racije podignut je u znak sećanja na „januarsku raciju“, sprovedenu od 21. do 23. januara 1942. godine, kada su mađarski fašisti izvršili masovno streljanje više od hiljadu Srba, Jevreja i Roma. Na tom mestu 1971. godine, uz Dunav na Keju žrtava racije, podignuta je 4 m visoka bronzana kompozicija nazvana „Porodica“, rad vajara Jovana Soldatovića. Početkom 1992. godine upotpunjen je sa 78 bronzanih ploča, koje je radio isti autor. Na četiri ploče ispisane su srpskim i hebrejskim jezikom osnovne informacije o tragičnom događaju, a na 66 ploča su imena ubijenih ličnosti. Spomenik je utvrđen za nepokretno kulturno dobro-znamenito mesto od velikog značaja.
English: Monument to victims of raids was erected in memory of "the January raid", conducted from 21 to 23 January 1942, when Hungarian fascists committed a mass shooting more than a thousand Serbs, Jews and Gypsies. On this site in 1971, the Danube on the quay of the victims of raids, was built 4 m tall bronze composition called "Family" by sculptor Jovan Soldatović. In early 1992, supplemented with 78 bronze plates, which worked the same author. Four plates were printed Serbian and Hebrew language, the basic information about the tragic event, and the 66 panels are the names of the killed persons. The monument was established for immovable cultural property-famous city of great importance.
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